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policies on gay rights, abortion, seems to be more organized, affluent, educated societies. but on economic policy, obviously, walk around, free trade. it's not a union type of operation. a more market oriented on this, so they kind of get conflicted between the parties on this. so the politics have been in the bay area culture is the predominant force in people's political ideas. my corner, tyson, a little different orient toward the government to understand those regulatory issues and the like. so i think they're conflicted like everybody else. tech workers tend to be a little more obama than romney, but it's a swing vote once you get away from the social issues. >> host: when it comes to your service in congress, did you push tech issues at all? >> guest: absolutely, i pushed them. i had a huge technology interest. i did a lot of legislation in that area. we had a y2k bill when it was coming. people were afraid to touch it because of the tort liability and afraid to make corrections because if something went wrong, they'd have a liability on it. so we put a limited liability int
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